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The Gift (2000)The movie revolves around Annie, a young recently widowed mother of three, who is asked to help find a young woman who has disappeared. as a result of acquiring keen knowledge about the crime through her extrasensory perception.
Actors of "The Gift (2000)"
Characters of "The Gift (2000)"
Directors of "The Gift (2000)"Sam RaimiBirthdate: 23 October 1959, Royal Oak, Michigan, USA
Creators of "The Gift (2000)"Billy Bob ThorntonBirthdate: 4 August 1955, Hot Springs, Arkansas, USATom Epperson
Critic Reviews of "The Gift (2000)"Toronto StarJanuary 19, 2001
There's really just one reason to see the Southern freak show that is Sam Raimi's The Gift, and fortunately it's the best reason: to watch the star of the piece.Detroit NewsJanuary 19, 2001
A glorious textbook example of a gifted film maker's ability to transform a familiar genre and, thrillingly, to confound our expectations in the process.Seattle TimesJanuary 19, 2001
Raimi's latest picture, The Gift, looks like an attempt to create a classier version of the kind of horror movie that established his reputation nearly two decades ago.NewsdayJanuary 19, 2001
Uneven and conventional.Houston ChronicleJanuary 19, 2001
The movie has an impressive cast. Blanchett is a terrific actress who deserves better than this.San Jose Mercury NewsJanuary 19, 2001
Unfortunately, Raimi and Thornton -- who collaborated as director and star on the genuinely creepy A Simple Plan -- have only enough material this time to sustain half a movie.Old School ReviewsJune 20, 2012
like going to the county fair and getting ripped off by the traveling sideshowsCommon Sense MediaDecember 28, 2010
A superior horror movie for older teens.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
Though "The Gift" is tonally uneven, it's still worth a watch if only for the mood and inherent dread present.eFilmCritic.comFebruary 14, 2008
Who would have thought Sam Raimi could have made a film in which the dead are harmless, even helpful?EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 05, 2006
Failing to deliver as a suspenser, The Gift relies heavily on its name cast, particularly Cate Blanchette, which elevates the old-fashioned yarn to a more serious patina.CinenganosFebruary 20, 2005
Un mediano intento de sorprendernos.
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